Measuring the success of climate change adaptation and mitigation in terrestrial ecosystems

@article{Morecroft2019MeasuringTS,
  title={Measuring the success of climate change adaptation and mitigation in terrestrial ecosystems},
  author={M. Morecroft and S. Duffield and M. Harley and J. W. Pearce-Higgins and N. Stevens and O. Watts and J. Whitaker},
  journal={Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={366}
}
Measuring mitigation and adaptation As more and more carbon dioxide is emitted into the atmosphere, humans and the natural world are beset by the damaging consequences of a rapidly changing climate. Natural and seminatural ecosystems are likely to be the best starting place for immediate adaptation and mitigation solutions. First, though, many natural environments need restoration to maximize their own resilience to climate change. In reviewing our options, Morecroft et al. point out that we… Expand
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